Peak Campus Lands Management Role in Murfreesboro
The student housing community Campus Crossings, located in Murfreesboro, Tenn., near Middle Tennessee State University, includes 252 units and 816 beds.
Student housing operator Peak Campus has been awarded management of Campus Crossings, retaining its management role at the 252-unit, 816-bed, garden-style student housing community in Murfreesboro, Tenn. The community is situated just a few minutes from the campus of Middle Tennessee State University and serves students attending that institution.
“As the student housing sector has matured, so too have most markets, creating very healthy competition,” Peak Campus chief operating officer Casey Petersen told MHN.
“That apartment supply affords students many living choices and affects various macroenvironmental factors that drive our business, from pricing to amenities. These obstacles are overcome by our people-first mantra and commitment to delivering world-class service to our residents.”
Campus Crossings provides fully-furnished and all-inclusive two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments featuring bed-to-bath parity. The student-friendly complement of common-area amenities includes resort-style pool, hot tub, 24-hour fitness center, sand volleyball court, game room and 24-hour computer lab.
The interiors of living units offer contemporary furniture, modern appliance packages, in-unit washer-dryer, spacious closets, Internet and cable with HBO, 9-foot ceilings and patios or balconies in select units.
“Peak is thrilled to continue management of this asset under new property ownership,” said Peak Campus chief executive officer Bob Clark. “Our proven history with the asset over the past five years, top-notch on-site associates and regional teams and deep experience in Murfreesboro has us well positioned for success.”
Based in Atlanta, Ga., Peak Campus is a property management and development company focused exclusively on the student housing industry.
“Peak’s people, platform and process are the differentiating factor for Campus Crossings,” Petersen concluded.